White Abolitionists
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BEECHER, HENRY WARD
 
 

BROWN, JOHN

Bleeding Kansas
 

CHILD, LYDIA MARIA (February 11, 1802 October 20, 1880)

Lydia Maria Child obituary
 
 
 

COFFIN, LEVI

 
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LLOYD

 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL
 

REDPATH, JAMES

Letter from Redpath! On Kansas Affairs, Wisconsin Free Democrat (Milwaukee), June 18, 1856, 2
A New Paper in Kansas, Sandusky Register (Sandusky, OH), Nov. 3, 1857, 2
James Redpath Obituary, New York Herald Tribune, Feb. 11, 1891, 12
James Redpath DeadPatriot (Harrisburg, PA), Feb. 11, 1891, 1
James Redpath Dead, New York Herald, Feb. 11, 1891, 10
He Caused Mr. Redpath's Death, New York Herald, Feb. 12, 1891, 4
James Redpath's Funeral, New York Herald, Feb. 13, 1891, 8
James Redpath's Funeral, Daily Inter-Ocean (Chicago), Feb. 13, 1891, 6
The Late James Redpath, The State (Columbia, SC), Feb. 18, 1891, 6
Death of James Redpath, Irish-American Weekly (New York), Feb. 21, 1891, 1
Redpath's Death an Accident, New York Herald, April 28, 1891, 5
 
 

SMITH, GERRIT
 
 

SUMNER, CHARLES

 
 

WILSON, HENRY
 
 

WORK, ALANSON
The Imprisoned Students, Liberator (Boston), Nov. 5, 1841, 178
Petition from the South Cong'l. Church, Middletown, for the Pardon of Alanson Work, a Convicted Slave-Stealer, in the Missouri Penitentiary (New England Weekly Review (Hartford), April 2, 1842
Work PardonedEmancipator and Republican (Boston), Feb. 19, 1845, 171
Alanson Work, Emancipator and Republican (Boston), June 25, 1845, 35
James E. Burr released, Emancipator and Republican (Boston), May 13, 1846, 11
To the Anti-Slavery Public, Liberator (Boston), April 30, 1847, 72
Alanson Work Hartford, Connecticut 1850 Federal Census
Arrest of Alanson Work, George Thompson and James E. Burr for slave stealing